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Old 05-17-2018, 12:56 AM   #1  
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2009 cluster removal I have a quick question, anyone ever did or remove the cluster panel from a g37 2009?

I would like to know if yes or no its a must to remove the steering wheel and paddle shifter or can i bypass that, I would like to put a 2010 since the gauge cluster is not responding anymore and have it fix or I could solder the part.

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Dude, I moved your previous post and I moved this one to the appropriate forum. Leave it, please. This is not a sedan question, this is an interior question.

You can look up 2009 and 2010 dash part numbers here to see if they match.
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